Catching up with Norfolk's "Mini Monet"

Most 11-year-old boys keep themselves busy collecting football stickers to complete their World Cup albums - but Kieron Williamson, from Norfolk, has rather more expensive taste.

The artist, dubbed Mini Monet, has been spending his earnings on a growing collection of Edward Seago paintings.

And now the youngster is getting the chance to exhibit his own work alongside that of his hero in his latest showcase.

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Norfolk's "Mini Monet" exhibits work alongside his artistic hero

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The Norfolk schoolboy dubbed "Mini Monet" is staging his latest summer art exhibition - featuring his own paintings and those of his hero.

Kieron Williamson, who was a multi millionaire at only 11, already has a big collection of work by Edward Seago that he bought with his earnings.

It is now 40 years since the artist's death. He was a favourite of the Queen Mother and taught Prince Philip and Prince Charles to paint.

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